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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • Proposed Rauner budget cuts kidney transplants for undocumented immigrants

    Activists held hunger strikes for years and doctors lobbied the state General Assembly before Illinois allowed undocumented immigrants to acquire state-funded kidney transplants last year, a program that is set to be cut under Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposed...
  • Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'

    Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'
    Delmy Cruz left her son Alexis with her mother in Honduras and crossed the border illegally to make a life for herself cleaning homes in Los Angeles. Soon after, she gave birth to another son, Jackson, now 6. Last year, as gang violence worsened in...
  • Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces contempt hearing in Phoenix

    Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces contempt hearing in Phoenix
    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio cut a wide swath even beyond his Arizona world, where he was a very big political fish. He became the voice for a type of tough justice that harked back to the Wild West, when the lawman's word was absolute and few...
  • EU finally attempting to address migrant crisis

    EU finally attempting to address migrant crisis
    Leaders of the European Union are doing something this week they should have done months ago: They're mapping a strategy to counter a humanitarian crisis at sea — a steady flow of rickety boats carrying thousands of mostly African and Middle Eastern...
  • Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes

    Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes
    Undocumented workers in Florida pay nearly $605 million a year in state and local taxes — but they could pay more if they became legal, according to a new study backing immigration reform. Undocumented immigrants in the Sunshine State paid...
  • Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'

    Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'
    Republicans should be in better shape than ever before to make an appeal to Latino voters. Two of their announced candidates for president, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, are sons of Latino immigrant parents, and another soon-to-be-announced candidate, Jeb...
  • Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do

    Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do
    Three years ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was heralded as the Republican Party’s future. After the GOP’s stinging 2012 presidential loss, strategists prescribed the charismatic, young tea party favorite as the antidote to a fractured party —...
  • Ignorance on immigration

    Ignorance on immigration
    Republicans have written to your newspaper claiming that President Barack Obama, former Gov. Martin O'Malley and other Democratic elected officials are trying to "give voting rights to millions of undocumented immigrants who came here illegally and don'...
  • Appeals court panel takes up challenge to Obama's immigration actions

    Appeals court panel takes up challenge to Obama's immigration actions
    A panel of three federal appeals court judges grilled government lawyers Friday about whether to lift a temporary stay on President Obama's executive action, which seeks to shield up to 5 million people from deportation. The judges — two appointed...
  • Appeals court hears arguments on Obama immigration action

    Appeals court hears arguments on Obama immigration action
    Federal appeals judges on Friday peppered lawyers on both sides with questions in a fight over President Barack Obama's move to shield millions of immigrants from deportation. A 5th Circuit Court of Appeals panel held a special hearing in a closely...
  • L.A. marchers in peaceful May Day rally fear deportation

    L.A. marchers in peaceful May Day rally fear deportation
    Thousands marched in peaceful May Day rallies in downtown Los Angeles, repeating their annual call for immigration reform but acknowledging that prospects for action in Washington remain grim. The crowd was a mere shadow of the hundreds of thousands...